Foo Fighters apparently are not impressed with Justin Bieber, and they show it in a newly-premiered music video for their single "Walk". The clip follows frontman Dave Grohl as he makes a long walk to a warehouse in another part of the city to do rehearsal with his bandmates.
Wearing a shirt and a tie, Dave is trapped in a traffic jam on his way to the rehearsal. Looking bored and annoyed, he rolls his eyes when spotting bumper stickers like "Bieber is my Co-Pilot", "Thank You, President Bush" and "Coldplay" plastered on some of the vehicles.
When his patience is wearing thin, Dave gets out of his car and decides to go on foot instead of waiting for the traffic to subside. Along the way, he attacks a store clerk and a fast food patron, destroying a phone booth, scaring two men who try to rob him, and dodging the cavalry of police.
The humorous visualization of "Walk" is reminiscent of 1993 movie "Falling Down" which stars Michael Douglas as the man in the work shirt. The single, meanwhile, is taken from the band's first No. 1 album "Wasting Light".
Foo Fighters' "Falling Down" music video